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Latinized Names for Girls

There are 41 Latinized names for baby girls.

Latinized names are fairly popular baby names for girls. At the height of their usage in 1947, 7.359% of baby girls were given Latinized names. There were 11 Latinized names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Latinized names have since experienced a steep fall in popularity, and in recent years they are of occasional use. In 2015, their combined usage was only 0.540% with 10 Latinized names listed among the top 1000. Within all Latinized names, Alice (Czech, English, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Scandinavian) was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #87 and a usage of 0.1754%.

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LATINIZED NAMES:

Aglaea brightness, splendor ... used in the English and Latinized languages, and it is of ...

Alicia of a noble kind; noble, honorable; ... largely in the English, Latinized, Spanish, French, and ...

Amarilla sparkling eyes ... in the English and Latinized languages. ...

Anastassia resurrection ... is used mainly in the Latinized language. ...

Anastay resurrection ... is used largely in the Latinized language. ...

Arethusa excellence, virtue ... used in the Latinized language. ...

Brigida exalted one ... used in the Italian, Latinized, and Spanish languages ...

Calliope beautiful voice ... in the Greek and Latinized languages, and it is ...

Charita charity; princess, lady ... is used chiefly in the Latinized and Spanish languages ...

Concepta conception ... in the Irish and Latinized languages. ...

Edana jealousy; face; ornament, brightness ...Edana is a Latinized name of Celtic origin. ...

Gaea earth ... is used largely in the Latinized language. ...

Hermia cairn, heap of stones; army man ... German, Hungarian, and Latinized languages ...

Karola man, free man; coral; maiden, virgin ... is a Czech, German, and Latinized name of Germanic ...

Klarissa clear, bright, famous ... in the German and Latinized languages. ...

Ludovica fame, loud; fighter, warrior ... German, Italian, and Latinized languages ...

Mercia people of the borderland; mercy; ... in the English and Latinized languages ...

Ottilia wealth, fortune; prosperity in battle ... German, Italian, and Latinized languages. ...

Rohesia fame; horse; kind, sort; rose ... The name developed as a Latinized short form of other ...

Sabrina thorny cactus ... (Celtic), and Sabrina (Latinized) are original forms of ...





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